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Queen- A Night at the Opera 45th Anniversary- Brian May, Roger Taylor 11-9

With the spectacular new Queen + Adam Lambert  multi-media package “Live Around the World” just released ahead of the 45th anniversary of the iconic album “A Night at the Opera” , it is easy for both pundits and fans alike to assume that when the original Queen, composed of current members Brian May and Roger Taylor plus John Deacon and the late singer Freddie Mercury, released their fourth album in November 1975 that they were established stars. They weren’t. And as you will hear beginning November 9 in this classic rock interview with Brian and Roger, they were painfully aware of that fact.

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Queensryche- Empire 30th Anniversary- Geoff Tate, Chris DeGarmo

Queensryche co-founder/ composer/ guitarist Chris DeGarmo and former singer/ songwriter Geoff Tate may be gone now ( the former pilots corporate jets, the latter heads the band Operation Mindcrime ), but they tell the story of the blockbuster four million-seller Empire and the amazing songs “Best I Can”, “Jet City Woman”,”Della Brown”,” Resistance”,”Hand on Heart”, even a live performance from London’s Hammersmith Odeon just weeks after Empire’s 1990 release.

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Queensryche- Best I Can- Hammersmith Odeon London 11-15-90

In November 1990 Queensryche planted the flag of smartly conceived and played all-American rock in the heart of the British Empire, London’s venerable Hammersmith Odeon theater. This live performance of “Best I Can” is completely live, no overdubs.

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Queen- The Game 40th Anniversary- Brian May, Roger Taylor

It was The Game that crowned Queen #1 worldwide, precisely because of the balance of hits “Crazy Little Thing Called Love”, “Another One Bites the Dust”, “Play the Game” with the blistering “Dragon Attack”, “Rock It”, and “Sail Away Sweet Sister”. Brian May and Roger Taylor are suited up to play The Game  here In the Studio  for its fortieth anniversary.

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Queen- Spread Your Wings- London 10-28-77

Queen always was one of those top-tier bands who could really sing and play their highly arranged material live, and here is ample proof of that fact in a rare live-in-studio performance of “Spread Your Wings” from Autumn 1977 in a London studio. –Redbeard

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Queen- Now I’m Here- London Hammersmith Odeon 12-75

Long ago Queen set a very high standard for concert performance from which they have never wavered. Here is  proof of it with “Now I’m Here”, originally off of Queen’s third studio album Sheer Heart Attack   released forty-five years ago, captured here on the stunning December 1975 concert performance in London,  A Night at […]